Place: Torino, Turin

Name: Torino
Place type: city
Description: The city of Turin is a major city - as well as a business and cultural center - located in Northwest Italy in the region called "Piemonte" (literally, "at the feet of the mountain"). Turin used to be (and it still is) a major European political center and home to the House of Savoy, Italy's Royal family. It was Italy's first capital city in 1861 until 1864, when the Rome took its role.
Structures:  Exhibition of the Province of Turin
 Pavilion of the City of Turin
People:  Albertini, Giacomo
 Alloati, Giovanni Battista
 Badini-Confalonieri, Alfonso
 Ballatore di Rosana, Vittorio Eugenio
 Bertone di Sambuy, Ernesto Balbo
 Bianchi, Antonio
 Bocca, Ferdinando
 Bosio, Edoardo
 Brayda, Riccardo
 Buzzi Reschini, Giacomo
 Casana, Severino
 Cattaneo, Riccardo
 Ceppi, Carlo
 Ceragioli, Giorgio
 Chevalley, Giovanni
 Daneo, Edoardo
 Ferrero di Cambiano, Cesare
 Ferro Milone, Cesare
 Frola, Secondo
 Gerini, Gerolamo Emilio
 Marsengo-Bastia, Ignazio
 Molli, Stefano
 Musso, Emilio
 Orsi, Delfino
 Panié, Felice
 Rignon, Felice
 Rigotti, Annibale
 Rossi, Teofilo
 Sacheri, Giovanni
 Sclopis, Vittorio
 Tamagno, Mario
 Thovez, Enrico
 Villa, Tommaso
Essays: Turin | Turin: The Nation’s Birthplace and a World’s Fair’s Home.
Guides: Torino Esposizione 1911: Monografia Illustrata edita della Direzione Generale del Touring Club Italiano | Turin Exposition 1911